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[2] But these different kinds of work, of which I speak, are not merely the product of different authors, but have each their own following of admirers, with the result that the perfect orator has not yet been found, a statement which perhaps may be extended to all arts, not merely because some qualities are more evident in some artists than in others, but because one single form [p. 451] will not satisfy all critics, a fact which is due in part to conditions of time or place, in part to the taste and ideals of individuals.

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